An old tavern, it is well beloved by the local aristocracy. It is famous for selling the finest seafood and its monster-themed parties. These gatherings are held in private rooms in which a stuffed example of the specific monster is on display.
The Gargling Gargoyle gets its namesake from the large stone gargoyle that sits looming over the front entrance. The statue's mouth and tongue is cleverly split to siphon rainwater off to the sides, thus keeping the front stoop dry.1